Designed for a concealed plumbing installation.
With concealing plate.
In black finish.
Plate diameter: 118mm
Now available in a powder-coated black finish, this item is made upon order and a lead time will incur.
When deciding on a shower configuration, it is important to note whether your plumbing will be concealed inside the wall or visible against the tiling. Concealed shower mixers are designed for plumbing to be built within the wall.
The Britannia Collection is manufactured in Italy, specifically for Victorian Bathrooms’ requirements. Built on a foundation of integrity, quality and passion this range meets the needs of consumers seeking a quality product in the classic style, which is timeless in appeal, at a reasonable price.
Including modern technologies such as ceramic disc quarter-turn mechanisms the Britannia collection is available with either traditional tap heads or white levers and is imported into South Africa in the chrome finish. Black indices (Hot/Cold) and Black levers are available as well. Customised bespoke finishes such as polished, brushed and aged brass, or polished and brushed nickel, as well as powder coated black, are available on special request.
The Britannia Collection is built to last. To this end Victorian Bathrooms offers full spares back-up.
Plate diameter: 118mm
Terms & conditions
Please note that all special finishes are made upon order and a lead time will incur. Once a special finish item has been ordered, the goods are non-returnable. The mechanical functioning of this product is guaranteed, excluding the external finish.
The plumbing for the Britannia concealed single lever shower mixer is to be concealed within the wall.
As with any special finish, extra care must be taken during installation and daily use. Normally, a damp soft cloth is all it takes to clean your fittings however if it is not sufficient, mix a solution of warm, soapy water with the cloth. Do not use anything stronger than a non-abrasive household cleaner (e.g. Sunlight Liquid). Never clean with abrasive solutions (e.g. Handy Andy) as these can actually damage the finish.